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Alex SmithRavaging Tide or Renewable World?

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Can big cities like New York or Washington protect against storm surge and rising seas? 3 interviews.  Mike Tidwell, author of "The Ravaging Tide: Strange Weather, Future Katrinas, and the Coming Death of America’s Coastal Cities."  Professor J. Court Stevenson, University of Maryland, on city surge defenses around the world. 
Daphne Wysham interviews German Green Parliamentarian Hermann Ott: leading the way to renewables before climate collapse. Radio Ecoshock 121107 1 hour. 

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Artist/Composer: Alex Smith
Language: English
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; hurricanes; Hurricane Sandy; U.S.; extreme; weather; alternative; energy; Germany; Green

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0


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